The sun is back!
So my first church tick of the trip
766 St Mary, Withersdale Street
The church is a mile or so from the village sat next to a farm house. It's a simple farm chapel
the beauty of visiting England's churches is that everything is different.
767 ......, Wingfield
The church looks no different than many a rural church until you reach the wonderful chancel. The details on the arches hints that something special awaits. Wingfield contains tombs of the De la Pole's Dukes of Suffolk, one of which is memoriam of Elizabeth Plantagent sister of Richard III and Edward IV. Her son was for a time heir presumptive.
This is a Hudd it was used in the late 18th /early 19th century when a priest conducted a service at graveside in bad weather. Quite rare and I've never seen one.
On to Framlingham. It was home to the Howards, Dukes of Norfolk and its fine church (been before) contains their tombs as well as that of the illegitimate son of Henry VIII, he married in to the family.
Close by is the ruins of their Castle.
I then went to the picturesque Thorpeness.
The unusual building is available for holiday lets.
A few birds.
I found a nice spot for a read and soaked up the spring sunshine.